International Law: Operation of the International Legal Order
This course will expose students to the operation of international legal order with respect to the use of armed force, the law of armed conflict, and the protection of human rights. Students will also be introduced to how dispute settlement works between states.
Mill, On Liberty; Hegel, Philosophy of Right; Marx, “On the Jewish Question,” The German Ideology, Communist Manifesto; Nietzsche, Genealogy of Morality; Gandhi, Hind Swaraj
Format and Requirements
Essay; Final Exam
It is highly recommended that students take POL340H1(International Law: Foundations) before taking this course.
POL208H1 or POL208Y1 or POL209H5 or POLB80H3